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Skilled artisans at workshops were replaced by unskilled workers at new factories). By contrast, advanced economies in the second half of the twentieth century produced a large supply of well-educated workers through the mass higher-education system, creating a market for technologies complementary to them. This gave rise to a selfperpetuating process in which new skill-complementary technologies improve the productivity of skilled workers and raise their wages, making schooling and training more rewarding.

The popularity of new growth theory as a theoretical foundation of knowledgebased economic growth has brought its assumptions under scrutiny. This derives from one of the realities of the knowledge-based economy: a relatively modest growth rate. There is little doubt that the US is one of the leading knowledge- Knowledge-based economy 19 based economies, if not the most advanced of them all. 8 percent of GDP in knowledge creation and utilization, measured by the sum of R&D expenditures, software purchases, and public and private spending on higher education.

Faced with puzzling statistics on these long-run trends, economists have offered a number of potential explanations. One is a decline in the propensity of firms to patent their inventions due to the increasing cost of obtaining and enforcing patents. 74 Another possibility is that the composition of industrial sectors has moved toward an increase in the activities of those sectors that are less likely to patent inventions. 76 Again, however, there is little evidence of universal changes in patent systems that would support this ‘shrinking yardstick’ explanation.

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